Join us for worship this Sunday morning at 10 am on our YouTube channel! https://youtu.be/aV-M9g53NNk The video will show as “private” until it becomes live at 10… Read more “Join us for virtual worship! Here’s the link:”
This Sunday at 10:00 a.m. you are invited to visit us to view a pre-recorded time of worship with Rev. Dominic in the Sanctuary. He will be sharing… Read more “Join Us For Virtual Worship Sunday, March 29 at 10 am!”
March 25, 2020 Dear Members and Friends, This is to let you know that we are extending cancellation of Sunday worship services and all other church activities… Read more “3/25/20 Update to Sunday Worship”
3/13/2020 Dear Members and Friends, I am writing to share with you the decision that has been made to cancel Sunday worship services and all other church… Read more “Sunday Worship Cancellation Notice”
A quick note: You can register your children for Sunday School online now; go to this page for a form-fillable PDF, or you can print this form here… Read more “We look forward to welcoming you back to church on Sunday, September 8, at 10 am!”
School’s out, so the summer hours will be shifting! Our reduced summer schedule of Mondays & Tuesdays from 9-2 begins in July. The office will be closed… Read more “Summer Office Hours!”
Click here to learn more and order tickets! You can find out more information about this interfaith initiative of Refugee Immigration Ministry here.
It’s coming up, this Saturday from 9-1! We hope you’ll join us….
Please join us for a musical meditation on the Seven Last Words of Christ on Maundy Thursday evening, April 18 at 7 pm to be held at… Read more “Maundy Thursday Service Thursday, April 18, 7 pm at First Congregational Church of Melrose”
With in-person worship cancelled, you might think that everything has come to a grinding halt here at FCC. Actually, nothing could be farther from the truth! In… Read more “Thank You!”
One of the strangest, almost eerie, things to see these days are church parking lots empty on a Sunday morning. It is one thing to witness this… Read more “Empty Parking Lots, Full Hearts”